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David Norbury

David Norbury

David Norbury is a part time reporter for the Chester Chronicle and the Ellesmere Port Pioneer. He has a intricate knowledge of local government and the workings of the council. You can reach him on david.norbury@trinitymirror.com

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Ellesmere Port firm Quality Freight has invested more than £700,000 in a new crane

Firm invests £700,000 in Ellesmere Port waterfront

Quality Freight UK has increased its cranage capability at the town's Manisty Wharf

The official opening of the new venue in Neston to be occupied by Little Actors Youth Theatre with MP Justin Madders cutting the ribbon

Award-winning youth theatre moves into Neston town centre

Little Actors Theatre now based at former Job Centre

Ellesmere Port church school gains huge grant from European Union

Exchange programme will be affordable to all pupils

Round table summit to discuss future of 'boom town' Ellesmere Port

Latest stage of campaign entitled The Port's The Place

Ellesmere Port's historic past revealed in fascinating new booklet

130 photograph packed pages peer into the Port's early days

Ray of hope for the future of Ellesmere Port Vauxhall plant

Great reputation of the workforce likely to be its greatest asset in fight for survival

Ellesmere Port garden centre could disappear for housing

Affordable homes could replace much-loved local facility

California based energy generator Arensis and the University of Chester have teamed up for an energy from waste trial at Thornton Science Park at Ince

Ellesmere Port science park to trial green energy from waste research

Firms could use their own rubbish to reduce their power and warm their premises

Peel Logistics Property and fast growing Progroup based in Germany have broken ground in Ellesmere Port on what is described as the largest and most technically advanced corrugated cardboard manufacturing plant in the world costing £75m

Work begins on world-beating £120m Ellesmere Port manufacturing plant

The giant 327,976 square feet plant will stand on the former 45-acre Cabot Carbon site adjacent to the M53 motorway

New housebuilding and investment is pouring into Rossfield Park, Ellesmere Port

Campaign launched to promote Ellesmere Port as THE place to live

Video created by Marketing Cheshire highlighting 10 Reasons To Live in Ellesmere Port

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